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>> first thing you do, make sure you have signed that ticket. that shows us it was yours. if you win the great big prize, call a financial planner, call a lawyer, and then call us. put it in a safe place. stacey: again, the $1.5 billion winning numbers are on your screen. 8, 27, 34, 4, 19, powerball 10. good luck. mark: new at 10:00, a waukee family is grieving tonight after their son took his own life. kcci's laura terrell shows us why they summoned the strength to make his story public. laura: 18-year-old drew lienemann died on january 11. his parents say some very important lessons can come out of this tragedy. >> drew excelled at eveything he put his mind to. laura: drew lienemann was the captain of the waukee football team and a straight a student,
close knit family. >> as you can imagine, this is a very difficult time for our family. laura: wednesday, his parents dan and wanda, decided to hold a , press conference inside mercy medical center to tell drew's story. >> such a tragic thing. i would just hate for another family to experience this. laura: they say drew was a quiet kid who never told them anything was wrong. but they found this excerpt in his prayer journal, written shortly before his death. >> what can i learn through my loneliness? am i to find fellowship with others or remain alone? laura: drew's parents believe his decision to take his life was an impulsive one, in a time when many teens feel hopeless. >> the brain is not developed yet, unfortunately, which leads to impulsivity and rash decisions. other kids to know that asking for help is not a sign of weakness. >> you have got to grab hold of
somebody, your parents especially. they are the ones who love you the most. laura:'s parents take comfort knowing many of his organs will some of the 600 people on iowa waiting lists for transplants. but the lienemann's hope talking about this will make suicide less taboo and getting help much easier. >> seeking help is not a sign of weakness, but a sign of strength. laura: statistics show suicide is the second leading cause of death for iowa youth. doctors say there are signs you can look for in your teenagers. that includes things like changes in eating or sleeping habits as well as dramatic mood changes. stacey? stacey: only on kcci, family members of mevlida dzananovic are speaking out. former des moines police officer merced dautovic killed the
in april. kcci's ryan smith has the emotional story from urbandale. ryan: it has been 9 months since police found mevlida's body garage behind me here at an urbandale apartment complex. members tell me they've done everything they can to keep her memory alive by moving forward, raising her 6-year-old son. >> my heart was pounding the fastest it's ever pounded. ryan: merso jusic took us back to the moment he arrived on scene that rainy april morning. >> i didn't hear anything around me, i didn't see anything around me. it was just kind of a black out. ryan: praying the body inside was not his sister. the loss felt greatest by her son, eso. >> he lost his everything. she was his absolute everything. ryan: merso says mevlida worked tirelessly to obtain u.s. citizenship for her son. giving him a better life far away from the conflict ripping apart their native bosnia. >> she wanted him to have the american dream. she wanted him to go to college here.
would do anything to have. ryan: family members still can't believe mevlida was killed by a man who once swore to protect and serve as a des moines police officer. records show merced dautovic was arrested for domestic assault against mevlida, "hitting her in the mouth, grabbing and twisting her hand and fingers." >> i think we deserve justice. ryan: merso claims his sister sought protective help from police just weeks before she was killed. >> my sister was very worried, you know, she had said to the detective, "he's going to kill me, he has people, you don't know what he's capable of doing." ryan: the focus now moving forward for mevlida's family is getting eso's biological father here to the states through u.s. citizenship from bosnia, so the 6-year-old can grow up with at least one parent. in urbandale, ryan smith, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. mark: commitment 2016. new gop poll numbers put ted
here in iowa. the bloomberg/des moines register poll has senator cruz with 25% support. donald trump close behind with 22%. senator marco rubio in 3rd with 12%. dr. ben carson at 11%. everyone else is in single digits. senator rand paul garnered 5% support in that poll. he's using it as fuel to fight for a spot on the main debate stage tomorrow night in south carolina. the fox business network did not include paul because he wasn't in the top 5 in an average of recent polls in iowa and new hampshire. but he's 5th in the new poll. he argues the poll was conducted before the deadline. paul refuses to participate in the second-tier debate. you can catch the debate tomorrow night starting at 8:00 p.m. central, fox business network is on mediacom channel 248. >> he would force sexual intercourse with me. stacey: more than 2 days of testimony in the joe lopez murder trial thrown out.
miss-trial after the victim's mother, nisa alvarez, makes shocking new sex abuse allegations against lopez on the stand. prosecutors say lopez murdered 20-month-old ruby alvarez in 2014. lopez says the child died after falling out of her high chair. a new trial is tentatively set for may. a look at the major issues in iowa's courtrooms today. chief justice of the iowa supreme court mark cady delivered his state of the judiciary address. cady called for efforts to protect children in juvenile courts, to end racial disparities by training judges to recognize biases, and for more resources to fight human trafficking. mark: right now new york city , police combing through video evidence on cellphones taken from five teenagers suspected of gang raping an 18-year-old woman. the search comes after defense attorneys revealed a video clip they say shows a partially undressed woman smiling and laughing during her nighttime encounter with the teens in a public park. police say the woman was
tonight. the city now asking a federal judge to lift a protective order. and allow the release of video showing a white police officer fatally shooting a black suspect city attorneys previously 2013. opposed the release of the video. protests erupted in the city last november when officials released another video of a black teen. stacey: we enjoyed a welcome warm-up. we found folks out enjoying the weather tonight at brenton skating plaza downtown. runners were embracing it too, bundled up for an evening jog after work. kurtis, it is only going to get better tomorrow, right? kurtis: 40 degrees today and it feels so good. after that goes along, we will
we will break free to sunshine. a few slick spots. by noon, 40 degrees. 3:00 p.m. temperature, 45. across the state, highway 20 north, you will see temperatures in the 30's. mid to upper 40's down to the south. kansas city tomorrow, 53. enjoy the thought if you like mild wintertime readings. friday, 29. sunday, a high of just five. a little bit of moderation next week. chances for snow coming up in your 8 day forecast. mark: next at 10:00 spur of the , moment shooting. new details from the man taking responsibility for the attack on a colorado planned parenthood. stacey: most wanted man, most wanted shirt. the l.a. business cashing in on el chapo. mark: stay away from the spuds. why some women might want to avoid potatoes. >> here are tonight's winning
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announcer: this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news at
10:00 with steve karlin, stacey horst, chief meteorologist john mclaughlin, and sports director andy garman. mark: in case you missed the drawing a couple of minutes ago, these are the winning numbers in tonight's $1.5 billion jackpot. 8, 27, 34, 4, 19, with a powerball of 10. spur of the moment. new at 10:00 tonight that's what , the colorado planned parenthood shooter says about his decision to act on that day. robert lewis dear admits to killing 3 people back in november. 9 others were injured. dear says he believes fbi agents were following him that morning, he thinks they tipped off employees he was headed to the clinic. a judge ordered dear to undergo a mental health exam.
came out to see president obama at the university of nebraska-omaha today. he reprised many of the themes from his state of the union address. he says he wants to focus on the economy in his final year in office. pres. obama: in this new economy, i believe, workers, start ups, small business, they need more of a voice more of a say, not less. the rules should work for working americans, and i'm going to spend some of the time this year lifting up a lot of companies who figured out if they pay good wages, provide good benefits, treat their customers well, are environmentally responsible. stacey: first lady michelle obama may have stolen the show from the president during last night's state of the union address. the dress she wore sold out online before the president even finished speaking. neimen-marcus.com was selling
it was originally available online for $628. talk about popular clothes. a lost angeles-area company barabas is cashing in on the fashion of drug kingpin el chapo. they say he was wearing two of their shirts in the recently-published rolling stone article written by actor sean penn. they say the shirt selling for $128 and is flying out of the store. "el chapo" was captured january 8. mark: chipotle hoping to close the door on its e-coli crisis. the company's ceo saying tonight he's confident the cdc will soon declare the outbreak is over. it began in october and infected dozens of people in 9 u.s. states. chipotle says it's taking additional measures to make sure all of its food is safe. a new connection between potatoes and diabetes. a new study says women who eat more potatoes before they get pregnant may have a higher risk of gestational diabetes. researchers from the national institutes of health looked at data on more than 15,000 women.
vegetables and whole grains for those potatoes instead. stacey: you may remember the video from earlier in the week out of upstate new york, the car completely enclosed in ice. they chipped off and melted enough that ice to drag the car onto a tow truck. as you can see, it still wasn't easy. the car was parked along the lake erie waterfront. mark: easy for us a laugh now with 45 degrees staring us in the face. kurtis: what make wasn't? -- was it? i don't want to pick it up at the auto auction. mark: i'm told it was mitsubishi. kurtis: we have temperatures in the 30's. we are going to drop below freezing, so we will get some
self-southwest winds at six. we hit 40 degrees today. 20 in waterloo. a total at 30. many locations down below freezing. 6:00 a.m., some patchy fog. southwest winds at 9:00 a.m. by noon, 40 degrees. sun comes up tomorrow at 7:39. temperatures in the afternoon cruising up into the mid-40's. by 6:00, dipping down into the upper 30's. a few clouds will start to roll in. a little bit of snow upstream, but that is not headed our way in the near term. 50's across missouri. upper 50's as you head out to kansas. this system will drive our way.
tomorrow and that is why we will warm on up. there is a reinforcing shot even colder air to the north that will slide in midway through the weekend. you can see the clouds sliding out. sunshine across the state. it looks like as we head into late tuesday night or early friday morning, we will see a chance for a few snow showers that move through. then the clouds hang around on friday. saturday, partly sunny skies. a light dusting of snow possible, that would be about it. temperatures tonight down around 29 degrees. not as crisp as the past couple of nights. some fog early tomorrow and then mostly sunny.
friday, snow chance would be early. saturday, any snow chance would be late. cold winds blowing both friday into saturday. 15-30 degrees below zero. a little bit of improvement next week, but still below zero early monday. they need your 30 next wednesday. -- maybe near 30 next wednesday. stacey: next at disney's the 10, newsies is here in des moines. steve berry in next with a review. >> if you're billion dollars trees don't pan out, you can
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the newsies. the tony-award winning musical taking center stage at the civic center right now. mark: it brings the newsboy strike of 1899 to life. steve berry joins us tonight with a review. steve, did it live up to your expectations? steve b: newsies hit des moines last night like a major news story hot off the press. winner of two tony awards for best choreography and musical
rousing, high-energy show to a full house of enthusiastic civic center guests. set in 1899 new york city, "newsies" tells the story of jack, a charismatic newsboy and leader of a ragged band of teenage newspaper carriers, who dreams only of a better life far from the hardships of the streets. but when publishing magnates
joseph pulitzer and william randolph hearst raise distribution prices at the newsboy's expense, jack rallies the newsies from across the city to strike for what is right. it's no surprise that newsies won a tony for best choreography. the entire cast taps, high kicks and flips their way through both , acts with enough energy to leave even the audience exhausted. add to that the beautiful musical score, deftly handled by rich and powerful voices, along with a story that includes politics, power, history, and a little romance and you've got a story that is sure to make front
it's interesting to note that "newsies" is inspired by the real-life newsboy strike of 1899 , when newsboy kid blink led a band of orphan and runaway newsies on a two-week-long action against pulitzer and other powerful newspaper publishers. you have got to get your tickets soon. last night's ground was pretty big and it only runs through sunday night.
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us a plan. announcer: from iowa's sports leader, this is kcci 8 sports. andy: a lot of questions and not a ton of answers right now revolving around the cyclones basketball team, 18 that was ranked number two in the country in the coaches poll just a month ago, but which now has stumbled to a 1-3 start in conference play. one third of those losses in overtime. short coming in texas last night. steve prohm the -- steve prohm's
the defensive and. they have to figure out a way to get things dialed in in a
hurry. >> you're playing the best teams in the country. i know we have a great coach, great guys in our room. we're going to fight. we have winners in this locker room so we are going to find a way to get it done. >> i would rather you beat me up then my players. but we are going to get to the right place, i know that. andy: what a gauntlet that stands in front of the cyclones. this weekend, at case states, then home -- at k-state, then home for oklahoma, against tcu and back at kansas. northern iowa's hoops team is up and down like a yo-yo. tonight, on the road.
indiana state squad looking for a big win. then it's cook inside -- bennett cook inside. a 12 point lead with 6.5 minutes to go in the first half. then, they got their doors blown off. indiana state outscored the panthers from that point by 26 points. they pull a way to win. final score, 74-50. good night for lisa bluder's team. the hawkeyes beat wisconsin in mad-town. whitney jennings added 11 for the hawkeyes. good news for big 12 football fans. the league now has the opportunity to host the big 12 football championship game with just 10 teams. that was one of the announcements made today in the college football voting. 10 team leagues across the
games -- can have championship games. there is a caveat -- you have to play a full round robin scheduled to do that. now, the big 12 will decide whether they are going to add a championship game. certainly doesn't sway things one way or another. one thing it does do is likely slow down all of the talk about realignment and adding more teams. if the big 12 is forced to bring the two teams to get to 12, they
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marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote
against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa